Hispec launches in-house CPD training for electrical contractors

Hispec launches in-house CPD training for electrical contractors

Hispec, a Chorley-based supplier of fire detection and lighting products and a sponsor of this year’s ECN Awards, has announced the launch of its new in-house Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accredited courses.

The new course will provide electricians with comprehensive training while informing them about life-critical safety systems.

Hispec’s CPD course will be split into a three-part series called ‘An Introduction to Life Safety Systems’, with modules in Intelligent Emergency Lighting, Connected Fire Detection and The Dangers of Carbon Monoxide.

Chris Loughlin, Managing Director of Hispec, comments, “It has always been a dream of mine to be able to offer added value as a business to both our loyal wholesale customer base and the contractors that now install our products daily.

“We will provide contractors with the skills to ensure they have the vital knowledge needed to help protect people in buildings across the UK. By doing the CPD training course, electricians will have peace of mind that they have up to date understanding and insight of regulations as well as new products and guidance.”

Sam Cox, Client Relationship Director, adds, “We have created a CPD training course like no other. We all know that learning on top of doing the day job can be tedious. That’s why we have really put time and effort into our courses and how we deliver them – from videos, Q&A sessions and an upbeat and fun environment. I can’t wait to meet and guide lots of individuals up and down the country.”

Hispec was established in 2002 and supplies a diverse range of products that include fire detection, air quality and emergency lighting, with the goal of making homes and buildings safer for everyone.

Anyone interested in taking Hispec’s new series of CPD training can reserve their spot by contacting Sam Cox via sam.cox@hispec.co.uk.

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